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commission

To purchase or arrange the purchase of services, as in a primary care trust commissioning cytology screening services from a pathology laboratory in a particular trust.

commission

Business & health A type of finder's fee set by insurance brokers or agents for selling health plans, built into the premiums paid by the insured. See Biological Stain Commission, Commission on Dietary Supplement Labels, Commission E, Enzyme Commission, Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization, National Commission for Certification of Acupuncturists, National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical & Behavioral Research, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Pepper Commission, Pew Commission.

Commission

short for the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature.
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In Connecticut, the award for Highest Gross Sales Commissions was presented to Mary Higgins of the Halstead New Canaan office.
QCommission's powerful commission plan architecture allows the definition of almost any kind of sales commission structure.
Sales commission programs are possibly the most variable programs conducted by a firm.
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Our customers say again and again that they much prefer ExploreRealty's flat-rate pricing over more expensive, percentage-based traditional sales commissions.
Paying a sales commission is simply a very expensive way to invest your money,'' said Sheldon Jacobs, editor of the No-Load Fund Investor newsletter in New York, adding that there are 2,500 no-loads from which to choose.
Incentives to increase profitable sales will also be part of next year's sales commission plan.
The company also pays a 4 percent sales commission to a company owned by Moore's former son-in-law, Friedland, to handle clients in the East Coast.
6 million charge or "cumulative effect of a change in accounting principle" in the first quarter of fiscal 1999 to write off deferred sales commission assets that were on the balance sheet as of July 23, 1998 for certain funds.
The handset subsidies and sales commission contribute to very high churn rates, reaching 30 percent, but do not add to service revenue growth, putting pressure on profit margins.
First half operating expenses, excluding closed-end fund sales commission expense, increased 12 percent to $89.
This increase was principally attributable to the sales commission expenses incurred for the first quarter of 2006.